Duration: 6h9m | Video: .MP4, 1280×720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 3.21 GB | Last Update: 7/2021
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Monitor Using SolarWinds Security Event Manager ( SIEM ). Respond To Threats Faster. Improve Your Security Posture. SEM
What you’ll learn:
This complete training course contains a high-level overview of Solarwinds Security Event Manager (SEM)
Learn How To Create Effective Rules to Automatically respond to threats
Learn To Increase The infrastructure security Servers , Network , Workstations
IT Security Management
Monitor Windows Security
Monitor Linux Security
Monitor Your Network Devices Security
Monitor Data Bases
Monitor Anti Virus
Best SIEM Tool
Basic Knowledge IT
Thousands of resource-constrained IT and security pros rely on SolarWinds Security Event Manager (SEM) for affordable and efficient threat detection, automated incident analysis and response, and compliance reporting for their IT infrastructure. Our SIEM solution combines log management, threat detection, normalization and correlation, forwarding, reporting, file integrity monitoring, user activity monitoring, USB detection and prevention, threat intelligence, and active response in a virtual appliance that’s easy to deploy, manage, and use. We’ve designed our SIEM to provide the functionality you need without the complexity and cost of most other enterprise SIEM solutions.
SolarWinds Security Event Manager (formerly Log & Event Manager), is a security information and event management (SIEM) virtual appliance that adds value to existing security products and increases efficiencies in administering, managing, and monitoring security policies and safeguards on your network.
SEM provides access to log data for forensic and troubleshooting purposes, and tools to help you manage log data. SEM leverages collected logs, analyzes them in real time, and notifies you of a problem before it causes further damage.
For example, advanced persistent threats can come from a combination of network events such as software installations, authentication events, and inbound and outbound network traffic. Log files contain all information about these events. The SEM correlation engine identifies advanced threat activity, and then notifies you of any anomalies.
Best Security information and event management SIEM / Best SIEM Tool
Who this course is for: